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Non-celiac 'Wheat Sensitivity' is an Immune Disorder, Too

A new study has provided evidence that consuming gluten can trigger, "identifiable and measurable traits in people with wheat sensitivity that are separate from celiac disease," as reported by Reuters. The study was based on blood sampling and is a promising first step towards someday developing a test to identify wheat/gluten sensitivity that is separate from celiac disease.

GUT CHECK: For those with celiac disease, a gluten-free diet is vital. But physicians are also starting to recognize that many have some level of gluten intolerance or sensitivity, and fare better on a gluten-free diet even if they don’t have celiac disease. See how you can treat gluten intolerance and celiac disease by eating a gluten-free diet.
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